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Oct 3, 2012 8:00am EDT
the george w. bush administration. seems like romney is intent on taking us straight back to that. tavis: if he were sitting in the moderator's chair to run morrowt your political ideology aside, what do think the american people need to here with the issues that matter to it and the issues that you write about in "the price of civilization", and what would you like to see the two of them go at it? what would you like to see front and center tomorrow night in this conversation? what kinds of questions would you deposing to them? >> of course, the most important issue for the american people is how we are going to create sustainable and fair and equitable recovery, a recovery that and really embraces all of the people including people who are very poor and are hurting. so i would ask mitt romney how in the midst of all of this, when we do not begin to have the revenues that we need when we are collecting the smallest share of our national income in taxes since the 1940's, why mr. romney, do you propose a tax cuts for you and your rich friend? and at the same time you proposed spend
Oct 4, 2012 7:00pm EDT
purged from the voting rolls. george darby bush only one the state by 537 votes. this idea that 12,000 people were prevented from voting in 2000 because of the voter purge and florida would try to do something similar in 2012 shocked a lot of people. all those different ways of cutting back on the early voting, preventing voter registration drives disenfranchising ex-felons have gone on since 2010 . tavis: let me take political ideology out of this, set mr. obam and mr. romney aside, the reason we vote on tuesdays is because many years ago it was decided that tuesday was the best day for farmers to get to the polls. we have been voting for that very reason on tuesday. why is it that in 2012, ideology aside, that we are having a conversation about shrinking the rights of americans to vote, condensing this process rather than expanding the process? a weekendwe vote on as opposed to tuesday? there are some different ways to do this. other countries are around the world do it in different ways. why are we stuck on this only on tuesday sort of approach to voting? >> i think a lot of
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